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Borgo di Ceri B&B

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San Diego, California
Reviewed 1 week ago

This B&B is located in the medieval village of Ceri, population 80. We chose this spot to end our vacation based of its proximity to Fiumicino Airport. We were not sure what to expect, we were just hoping for a quiet place to catch our breath before a long flight home to California. However, thanks to our host Enzo, our...

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Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

We stayed two nights at Borgo di Ceri before our flight from Rome to back home. The place was authentic and rustic, very well mainained and renovated with amazing garden. Our kids loved to follow turtles in the yard while we chatted with the kind and warm host and owner of the place, Enzo. He made our stay so special,...

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Holon, Israel
Reviewed 5 December 2014

We stayed just for two nights and were charmed by this little historical gem and the owner`s welcoming hospitality. The flat was extremely clean. The beautiful garden with lemon trees and splendid view over the hills gave us tranquility and let an amazing space for our baby. Very good restaurant waited for us around the corner. We made trips to...

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Reviewed 29 January 2014

Located on the top of a hill with only 80 residents, this outstanding B&B has to be one of my favourites in all of Italy. I have visited this country more than 25 times and this B&B was one of the best. Fully restored with the feeling of centuries ago but with modern amenities, this place was an experience to...

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Simla, Colorado
Reviewed 4 November 2013

I'm always excited when a vacation stay turns out this well. My husband thinks I'm a genius :) We had 8 days to spend in and around Rome, but knew that we would not be able to spend that entire time in the city. Borgo di Ceri was the perfect location to explore the area. 10 minutes to the beaches...

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Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Reviewed 2 November 2012

What can we say....all we can do is gush about this place. It is a little hard to find, but we are ready to go back again. The village of Ceri is built on a hilltop that is walled on all sides. The road up to the medieval village is quite narrow and it will be the subject of stories...

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East Grinstead, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 June 2011

We were two friends travelling on holiday by car and booked this quite late, because it was in easy first day afternoon driving distance of Rome Airport. Enzo the owner is a restoration architect, and has sensitively restored the apartments of this old borgo. We had the apartment Facocchio, or cheese makers house, which was full of character and consisted...

1Thank katherine013
Reviewed 10 February 2011

We stayed 4 days here as a base of operation for day trips around Rome. We stayed in the house of Faccochio. We picked up a car at FCO and came straight here. You will need a car to use this place. The service was a 3 because the self serve breadfast was only provided the first morning. Also the...

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Additional Information about Borgo di Ceri B&B

Address: Piazza Immacolata 19 | Ceri di Cerveteri, Cerveteri, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Province of Rome > Cerveteri
Price Range: $101 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 19
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“We (two couples with a baby) booked the Facocchio flat first, because of its direct garden access. When arrived, Enzo the owner recommended to take the Vergaro flat which had two separeted bedrooms (on different levels) and two bathrooms. By the way, this flat is served by lift ( the upper bedroom as well) which is very convenient and fun. So good recommendation - the Facocchio had no total separation between the bedroom spaces, so it is more suitable for one couple with kids and not for two couples”
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